Nana Akomea Blasts Captain Smart, Others Over Late John Kumah’s ‘Poison’ Claims

Deputy Finance Minister John Kumah’s death from food poisoning has angered Nana Akomea, the chief executive officer of the State Transport Corporation (STC).

The former Deputy Minister’s health declined while traveling to Accra in an ambulance, according to information from the Kumah family. This resulted in an unscheduled detour to the Suhum Government Hospital, where he passed away, leaving behind his wife, Apostle Mrs. Lilian Kumah, and six children.

Nana Akomea Blasts Captain Smart, Others Over Late John Kumah’s ‘Poison’ Claims

There have been rumors since his passing that the late Deputy Finance Minister was assassinated on purpose for political reasons.

The broadcaster Captain Smart was the main source of this report, but the late John Kumah’s wife denied it and vowed to sue Captain Smart to prove what he said.

Apostle Mrs. Lilian Kumah, the widow, called on the police to act quickly against individuals disseminating false information and voiced her grave concerns about the callousness displayed towards the bereaved family.

General Overseer of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, in a viral video which surfaced after the news of John Kumah’s death, said before his congregation that “a certain finance minister was going to die in 2024”.

But Mrs. Lilian Kumah has described Nigel Gaisie as a “cheap liar”, revealing that the Prophet already knew her husband’s condition.

“Nigel Gaisie was like a brother. He knows my late husband, lawyer John Kumah, personally, one-on-one. We have sat in this house and eaten together several times. That is how far we go. When he came from abroad to start a church in Ghana, he came to my church, Disciples of Christ Ministries, and I did a programme with him dubbed ‘Let the Prophet Speak’”.

“We know him very well and he has known since November 2023 that the late John Kumah was seriously sick. My husband had a lot of respect for men of God in this country, and that included Nigel Gaisie when my husband and I thought he was a genuine man of God,” the widow recounted.

Commenting on the issue during Peace FM’s“Kokrokoo” morning show, Nana Akomea slammed the peddlers of the poison story to desist from it, emphasizing this behavior is “extremely annoying”.

He advised them to respect the bereaved family, describing the stories as “gibberish“.

“Stop this nonsense!”, he exclaimed.

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